2020-2021 Newport High School Virtual Schedule


4333 Factoria Blvd. SE
Bellevue, WA 98006
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Main Office: (425) 456-7400
Attendance: (425) 456-7406
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Start & Dismissal

M-T-T-F:  8:00am – 3:00pm
Wed:  8:00am – 12:55pm
Bell Schedules

Project Sidewalk seeking volunteers (online)

Want to help address an important social inequity while staying at home? Check out Project Sidewalk! Project Sidewalk, from the Makeability Lab at the University of Washington, aims to expand accessibility for people with physical disabilities by transforming the way accessibility information is collected and visualized for every sidewalk. Contributing is easy, online, and limitless. Volunteers can contribute by labeling sidewalks through the online portal: projectsidewalk.io. For your hours to be counted, you must sign up and remain signed in while labeling. Once signed in, click "Start Exploring" to begin! You'll be taken to the tutorial first, and then you'll get going with labeling. If you're not sure how to label something, you can always check out the "How to Label" guide. Your hours will be verified by Mikey Saugstad (michaelssaugstad@gmail.com).  

Notes for Frontliners

Notes for Frontliners, is an online platform that allows community members to write notes for frontline healthcare workers that are ultimately printed and delivered. To encourage more people to write notes and to allow students to receive volunteer hours in quarantine, we wanted to ask if you were able to list writing notes on our website (we approve 1 hour per three people referred to write a note) as a volunteer opportunity for students on Naviance / x2VOL. Contact: Maggie Yu   s-yum@bsd405.org

BSF Fall Campaign

Students are struggling to balance strong academics and personal well-being with the isolation of COVID and distance learning. Bellevue Schools Foundation is helping support students with academic and mental health counseling and screening for all 7th and 10th grade students. The goal of the Signs of Suicide (SOS) program is to decrease suicide attempts and change attitude about depression, mental health, and suicide. This program is part of a BSF 5-year / $450,000 Mental Health initiative. With YOUR support we can make it happen. Donate NOW.

BSF Donor Relations Manager Wanted

The Bellevue Schools Foundation is looking for a Community Relations Manager to facilitate relationships with community donors and maintain relationships with donors in the 29 Bellevue Public Schools. This part-time paid positions is a great way to be more involved in your community and work with some amazing people. If you want to know more, view our job posting HERE.